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New Mexico State University will host the 24th annual Environmental Design Contest, where hundreds of students from around the world have the opportunity to showcase their original designs for solutions to real-world problems.
Nineteen teams from across the country and around the world will compete in the 2014 WERC Environmental Design Contest April 6-9. Teams will demonstrate their environmental solutions to real-world problems on Tuesday, April 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. The event is free and all are welcomed to attend.
The Institute for Energy and the Environment at New Mexico State University has announced a new program to extend three students’ participation in the IEE/WERC 23rd Annual International Environmental Design Contest, which was held at NMSU in April.
The main library for the City of Las Cruces is implementing pollution prevention and energy efficiency strategies to reduce its carbon footprint and reduce facility costs. Chris Campbell, program manager for the WERC consortium for environmental education and technology development, recently met with library administrator Lynette Schurdevin to discuss forming a Green Team and other recommendations for the library.
A private partner with NMSU has refined its green crude into gasoline, jet fuel and diesel.
A Consortium for Environmental Education and Technology Development has been awarded a grant from the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for a project entitled “Improving the Safety of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables: A WERC Design Contest Approach.”
A Consortium for Environmental Education and Technology Development is holding the 10th annual contest, with novice and expert categories for middle and high school students.
Staff from New Mexico State University’s Institute for Energy and the Environment recently continued statewide training on pollution prevention in the healthcare industry.
University and high school students from throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico will participate in the 17th Annual International Environmental Design Contest (EDC) April 1-4 at New Mexico State University.